Singleton Pattern

Singleton Pattern: This pattern is used you want to eliminate the option of instantiating more than one object. It means one and only one instance of the class can be instantiated.

In other words, Singleton pattern is used when, A single instance of a class is required in the application and the class itself is able to enforce the single instance on itself. The rest of the system need not worry about managing the single instance. Continue reading “Singleton Pattern”